SASCU engages in withdrawing vulnerable children from the streets and taking them through transitional rehabilitation at our transitional home. In the course of our work, withdrawn children access a wide range of support services including Medical treatment, shelter, nutrition, psychosocial support and skills training among others. During rehabilitation, child home tracing is done to aid reintegration of children to their families/communities, and or children are enrolled into relevant education programmes.
Rehabilitation takes a period of six (6) to eighteen (18) months depending on the rehabilitation needs of a given child. It can also take longer depending on the progress made in tracing for the child’s home of origin.